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Aug 24, 2010 7:00pm EDT
, louisiana. cynthia mahmood is a senior fellow at the university of notre dame's kroc institute for international peace studies. her work focuses on religious militants. and abdullahi an-nyeem is a professor of law at emory university in atlanta. he is a scholar of islam and human rights. i want to ask you first about what you just heard. we have heard about this lack of tolerance, this prejudice. which is it? and how real is it? >> i don't think that it is real for the majority of americans. in my experience traveling around the world, i do not find americans to be more hostile to islam or muslims than other parts of the world. i think the question of how many americans described to you and where it comes from, it is interesting to see closer to 9/11 there was a more favorable view than from that time. therefore the question is, how much this is fed by the media and the his tear i can't... and the hysteria that some are whipping up over this issue. >> ifill: you heard the folks. what did you take from that? >> you know, gwen, i was thinking about if you had asked that question
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